Children's Resources

Our primary goal of the Sekula Memorial Library is to provide free resources for information, education and recreation that will enrich and enhance the lives and minds of our community. 

For more information please contact the library at (956) 383-6246.


– A child-friendly online resource. Children can explore, the Metropolitan Museum of Art online, watch behind-the-scenes videos, travel through more than 5,000 years of art, discover fun 
facts about works of art, and much, much more.

Smithsonian for Kids
– Children can explore and learn a range of interesting things while having fun exploring the Smithsonian for kids.


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Highlights Kids – Children learn while playing fun and interactive games.  Highlights Kids is a useful, engaging and educational resource for children of all ages.

– Educational games for grades Pre-K through 8. Funbrain offers hundreds of games, books, comics, and videos that develop skills in math, reading, problem-solving and literacy.


– An engaging, educational and trustworthy resource for children to learn math in a fun and exciting way. It provides free math games, worksheets and videos.

Kids Math Games
– A fun way for children to learn about addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and more while having fun. Kids Math Games provides numerous of literacy games, puzzles and other fun stuff for children to learn from.


Science Buddies
– Helps students find free project ideas in all areas of science from physics to food science and music to microbiology.

– Targets upper-elementary-aged children, the site provides games, activities, and articles that make climate science accessible and engaging. Children can explore the differences between weather and climate, learn about how to keep our oceans healthy and much more.



Tumblebook – Offers a selection of children’s books on your computer using flash animation that you can read or read along with. Discover interactive games, language learning, iPad viewable books, and Non-fiction books. Reading levels and accelerated reader information are included. The website is available in English, Spanish or French.

Accelerated Reader
– Find out the reading level, interest level, and point value of the books your children are reading. Search by title, author, ISBN, or quiz number. Book summaries and recommended reading lists are also available.